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of apprenticeships spirit i excepts. he must not abandon the plan that has given us record low interest rates. >> this is not working. today's figures show it is not working. it is his failure that means we -- whatly 1,000,001 peopl this government is pledged to do is everything we can to get our economy moving. that is why we cut corporation tax and why we are reforming the system. this is why we created the zone. i know what he wants. he wants us to change course on reducing our deficit. we would end up with interest rates like portugal and spain and italy. we it would send our economy into a tailspin. >> we want people to get back to work. what the prime minister does not seem to understand that unemployment goes month of. the cost goes up. hear people are in work. teen-age a credible flight for growth. it is not just young people. when was the last time the unemployment reached a level it has today. >> he is wrong. there are 50,000 more men and women than there were at the time of the election. there are half a million more credible jobs. he specifically asked about a credible growth plan
agencies they may look and go, oh, this cloud is outside the u.s. perhaps i don't want to use it for one of my applications, but i can use it for another one. different agencies and even within an agency you have different needs. so to answer the question, for the cloud today i don't think that you're going to see any classifieded information because that's not included in the profile, and it might be a long time before that's coming. you won't see high-risk systems, systems that could endanger an agency if compromised. but there's a lot of low-risk and moderate-risk systems today that can be moved to the cloud. an organization that is involved in cybersecurity or information that's involved in federal government planning, they may decide to either keep it in house or use it in a cloud within the u.s. whereas an organization or a federal agency that's supporting workers all over the globe may want to use a cloud that's all over the globe recognizing they're making a choice, and they can see the risks they're documents. so i think we'll see low and moderate-risk operations moving. >> host
amendment and bill us ouof the congress will not. we're sad because of too much concentrated wealth, subsidized and born of government protection, too much poverty borne of government neglect, to many of wars, to my children killing children, too many jobs leaving and too much drugs coming. we can and malnutrition now. we can relieve sudent loan debt now. dr. king would be said that america had a moment and history of historic proportions in 2008 but they elected barack obama. yet that reduction has been met with unrelenting retribution, retaliation, then on and on printed -- unprecedented opposition. people seem to be willing to sink the ship just to destroy the captain. we have to be bter than that. [applause] like lyndon baines johnson, poverty was restored in the great society. dr. king would not settle for shifting the chairs on the deck of the titanic. he wanted to plug the holes to stop the water from coming in. 43 years after dr. king's plan and occupation on this same sp, he would say to the occupiers on wl street,he movement has gone global and you are the offspring of dr.
that did so much for this country, let us draw strength from those earlier struggles. first and foremost, let us remember that change has never been quick. change has never been simple or with without controversy. change depends on persistenceç. change requires determination. it took a full decade before the moral guidance of brown vs. board of education was translated ininto enforcement measures of the civil rights act and the voting rights act. those 10 long years did not lead dr. king to give up. he kept pushing, speaking, marching, until change finally came. [ applause ] >> the president: and then when even after the civil rights act and the voting rights act passed, african-americans still found themselves trapped in pockets ofç poverty across the country. dr. king didn't say those laws were a failure. he didn't say this is too hard. he didn't say let's settle for what we got and go home. instead, he said, let's take those victories and broaden our mission to achieve not just civil and political equality, but also economic justice. let's fight for a living wage and better school
their currency and korea is one of only three nations on earth identified as a currency manipulators by our own u.s. terror treasury. does this adeprement preclude currency manipulation? it does not. they remake their val added taxes to all their exports. build a car in korea, don't pay taxes in korea. build a car in the u.s., we cant rebate the taxes under thescurrent laws and when the u.s. car gets to the border of korea, they pay a 10% tax. we'll export autos to korea if they're 20% cheaper than those produced by cheaper labor in koa, not very likely. but let's sa we could. if you buy a u.s. car and you're a korean citizen, they'll audit your taxes. most employers do not allow owners offord automobiles, which are mostly luxury automobiles over there, there are very few foreign automobiles, to have parking spaces at work. and korea does not buy very many cars. they have a 65% mix, 65% of the cars they produce are exported. this is not about u.s. exports to korea. it's a platform for them to send us stuff here. that's cheaper and displace american jobs. even the u.s. international trade council, t
project on u.s. prohibition. later, stephen tankel of american university joins us to discuss pakistan and global terrorism. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2011] host: house and senate members are back in washington this week with a vote to keep the government running for six weeks scheduled in the house today. yesterday the senate moves forward on a bill to punish china for keeping the value of the currency lower. and on capitol hill, federal reserve chairman ben bernanke will appear before the joint economic committee at 10:00 a.m. to discuss operation twist, the next efforts to boost the economy. live coverage on c-span 3 this morning. president obama will travel to texas to stump for his jobs bill, pledging monday to personally lobby congressional leaders to pass legislation. we will begin with campaign 2012 this morning and get your perspective on a presidential bid from new jersey gov. chris christie. he has not said if he is in or out but we want to hear from all of you this morning. we also have a fourt
or send us a tweet. thursday morning. it is a foggy day in the nation's capital. we will try to break through all of that with the discussion of the passage of the free-trade agreement. with so much discussion about the economy, we would like to hear what you think about this and whether this is a plus for the economy. whether it will be a job creator or something that will affect jobs in the united states in a negative way. all lines are open and you can send an e-mail or tweet or comments on facebook. a story from "the new york times" about this. someone who has been following these trade negotiations for quite awhile, writes for bloomberg and business week -- "bloombergbusinessweek" has a story about the passage. what do you think about the "the new york times" analysis? guest: this is actually the biggest in terms of a trade partner, the biggest trade partner we have a free-trade agreement with. since a naphtha -- since nafta and 1994 -- talking about south korea. it is a larger deal compared to the ones that were signed in the past decade or so. and by the white house estimated i
what it means to be a citizen of the world and understand how the rest of the world affects us here in places like indiana. i would argue, yes, it can happen again. he is a game changer. count on it. he is not the left will keep. >> the author of "the forgotten man." james madison, prof. of history at indiana university. david willkie, the grandson of, wendell willkie. we thank the russellville historical society for letting us conduct this program here. as we look typical life and career of wendell willkie, a passed away in the fall of 1944. >> window welty, republican candidate for the presidency of the united states in 1940, taken suddenly at age 52. dominated by popular acclaim, wendell willkie won the admiration of all his countrymen for his energy, policy, and forthright courage. he spent the last years of his vigorous life in an effort to promote mutual understanding and good will among all nations. they talk with churchill in london and shared experiences with britain's average pokes. -- folks. he visited and talk with the people of russia, of the middle east, and of china,
turn overs there we thought it was time to make a change and give john the opportunity to show us what he could do. >> it was good to play but to be honest i have that sick feeling after a loss. when i went in my initial mind set was a couple scores for me i feel like i played the whole game and in the end we didn't win. >>> i thought rex gross man earned the job out of camp i think they gave rex the opportunity to be the starting quarterback for long term they well have the right to say now let's make a change that is what we will find out this week. >> alison i am curious to hear your critique of john beck's post game attire. >> john beck? >> even rex. >> i have been hard on him. >> yes. >> rexy you got your sexy back. >> not with the game but the shirt >> i liked it very much. >> did you like the trucker hat >> i didn't understand the look but he is making a definite statement not sure what he is saying but i like the fact he is making the statement. >> i think he did look good. >> here is what i think i thought we would run the ball more,. >> oh, tony your serious sports talk. >>
currency bill. when it was discussed that these bills would be brought to the floor, many of us said we shouldn't even be considering these bills. 6,000 for colombia, perhaps 70,000 for korea, maybe 1,000 for panama. 77,000 jobs, that's significant. if in fact those numbers really bear out. let's assume they do for a moment. we are making a big deal out of 77,000 jobs which are a big deal, but how much bigger a deal is it to say we are ignoring the fact that we are losing over one million jobs per year because of the china man national park plays of their currency? the distinguished speaker has said if we push this bill, we will start a trade war with china. my, have i heard that song before. many of us have been fighting for a better relationship with china in terms of our trade relationship, and for at least two decades we have been fighting for opening of our markets to china to stop the piracy of our intellectual property, the list goes on. but this manipulation of currency, ok, the speaker says we are going to start a trade war, 20 years ago when we started this debate following ti
: there is consequences for plotting to kill the saudi ambassador on u.s. soil. and they warn about cutting too much from the military budget. herman cain takes the lead. analysis of the candidate and his 9-9-9 plan. live from the studio in washington. this is "special report." good evening. i'm bret baier. president obama says iran will pay a price for involve in the plot to kill the saudi ambassador to the u.s. on u.s. soil. the president did not rule out a response that goes beyond the economic sanctions. chief white house correspondent ed henry has the story. >> president obama accused iran of a pattern of dangerous and reckless behaifior that led the door open for military action. >> there will be consequences to action. wow don't take options off the table for how we operate with iran. but you can expect us to continue to apply the pressure that will have a direct impact on the iranian government. >> reporter: at a joint news conference with south korean president lee, mr. obama compared iran to north carolina as international outlaw -- north korea as international outlaw in wake of trying to kill
who ran last week. >> dana: that is it for us on "the five." thank you for watching. we'll see you tomorrow. captioned by closed captioning services, inc grainings >> bret: republican candidates pitch policy in economic ravaged nevada. we talk live with mitch mcconnell about the economy, jobs and the election. live from the studio in washington. this is "special report." good evening, i'm bret baier. president obama lashed out at republicans and later said he is prepared to work with them. on this, the second day of his bus tour through 28 electoral college votes to key states. ed henry reports that it seems the president is selling himself and his jobs plan. >> don't be bamboozled. >> reporter: president obama on the attack in north carolina, declaring on the bus tour time to kick the tires on the republican jobs plan. >> what is standing between us and full employment is we prevent companies pollute our air and water too much. we on the other hand have said let's put teachers back in the classroom in north carolina and all across the country. [ applause ] those are two choices. >
historical ambition of creating a more perfect union can, by definition, never end. as dr. king showed us, the power to create a more perfect union lies in each of us. un die, we can correct injustice. we can work for equality and we can work to improve and eliminate poverty in our country. we can do so with and all law and through the institutions that defined as a great. nation this tomorrow reminds us that not only can we make america better, it is our responsibility to make a better. on behalf of chevrolet and gmc and foundation and everyone at gm, i congratulate and salute the king family come the mlk memorial foundation and all of america for ensuring the everlasting legacy of this trip. a great man -- of this truly great man. thanks [applause] you. >> please welcome dedication co- chairman and president designer and co-founder of the tommy hilfiger corporate foundation, tommy hilfiger. >> thank you very much a [applause] it is a special honor to join the king family, the martin luther king jr. foundation, and the many dignitaries as well as my fellow americans in celebrating the le
, with confidential sources working with the u.s. government. >> the complaint alleges this conspiracy was conceived and was sponsored from iran constitute a flake rapt use of international and u.s. law. >> reporter: reading from the pages of a hollywood script, the impact would have been real and many lives would have been lost. >> al-zabar was arrested on september 29th at jfk airport, new york city, and while the indictment was clear today saying the assassination was rooted in the differences between the irany and saudi government, the attorney general today, though, stopped short of saying that this plot had the direct blessing of the top iranian government officials itself, though. he did sate u.s. will take unspecified action against iran, and late this afternoon, the state department did begin imposing sangs on four individuals involved in financing parts of this plot. >> tom, at this point, have we had any response yet from iran? >> reporter: predictably, shawn, the iranian government dismissed it calling it a child story saying there was no credibility whatsoever. the u.s. was quick in tan
.com/preferred. >> gregg: hello, i'm gregg jarrett. glad are with us. >> i'm heather childers. topping the news this hour. hundreds of protestors out on the streets and some of america's biggest cities across the country angry at wall street and lack of jobs as the president prepares to hit the road again. >>> going, going, gone a lavish symbol of moammar khadafy repressive regime. >> heather: remembering the man with a moving ceremony today. >> a hurricane may have delayed this day. this is a day that would not be denied. for this day we celebrate dr. martin luther king, jr. return to the mall. >> gregg: a monument of stone honoring martin luther king, jr. transformed to a living memorial. kelly wright and joins us live. how are people describing what is certainly a historic day. >> reporter: they were saying this was a historic occasion. thousands of people coming to washington to attend the celebration of dr. king's life, dream and legacy. joyful crowd even going hand in hand as they sang "we shall overcome." a song that became the signature song during the struggle. as the song echoed throughout the
about earlier, i don't know what they are. they don't know what they are. what they risk is being used in a greater national political picture where their message, whatever it is, becomes secondary to other people's ambitions and so that's my concern for them. my other concern is that we now have this mainstream media narrative that somehow they're separated at birth from the tea party, these folks. these folks are not separated at birth from the tea parties. they have a radical choice. they have the same choice that my father sought in the mid 1930's. he lost his father. he was helping raise eight children with his widowed mother. he used to go to union square in downtown manhattan and hear the anarchists and the socialists talk about revolution and talk about overthrowing the government. he said, do i go that way or do i go out and try to find a job and support my family? and do what i can within the system. he chose the system. let's see whether they choose the system or whether the system uses them as we go forward. >> interesting analysis. >> yeah. >> where do they go from here? >
2012 presidential race with lenny curry and delicate u.s. efforts to encourage foreign- based businesses to open in united states with nancy mclernon, president of the national law the organization for business investment. w j" is next. -- "washington journal" is next. host: good morning parade joe lieberman at connecticut and susan colin of maine say that congress should freeze the pay of federal employees for the third year, saying that it would save about $32 billion. also in the papers this morning, citing cost is a concern, the white house has dropped a vision of health care law that would provide a lifetime benefit in the event of illness or disability. it is known as the class act being dropped by the administration. and its role in the larger health-care law. we want your thoughts on this decision by the white house. if you want to give us a call, the numbers are on the screen. if you want to send us an e- mail, make your thoughts on -- thoughts known by that. journal@cspan.org, and if you are familiar with twitter and can keep your comments to 140 characters are less,
october 22nd, 2011. >> thank you so much for joining us. we'll have more on that story in a moment. want to begin with a quick check of your forecast. chuck bell is joining us in the studio. things looking good this weekend. >> yes, a good-looking weekend. did you enjoy your week. >> with the exception of wednesday. >> wednesday was nasty. >> a little gloomy. that's all right. this is three weeks in a row we have had rain during the week leaving us high and dry for the weekend. three weekends in a row. you got to the love that. outside on a beautiful saturday morning. generally clear sky to get the weekend started. clear skies won't last all day long. a little bit of sunshine this morning. that will cook up cloud deck by late morning, earl you afternoon. no threat for rainfall on your weekend. anything you've got planned outdoors, it will be a cooperative weekend for that. 50 degrees in downtown washington. everybody else is down into the 30s and 40s this morning. 39 in petersburg and culpeper this morning, 39 in manassas. 33 in spotsylvania. state of maryland low to mid 40s for much of
. dylan ratigan's here to take us forward. dylan? >> the vagaries of your opinion, sometimes, it's hard to tell where you're coming from, martin. that one was pretty clear-cut, i appreciate that. >> i'm damned with fake praise. thank you very much, dylan. >> i'll talk to you next time. the show starts right now. >>> well, good afternoon to you. nice to see you. i am dylan ratigan. it is a milestone monday for so many today. first, occupy wall street marking its one-month anniversary in occupation. more importantly, the movement has cemented itself as a worldwide aligned event. more on that a bit later. but we start off with our own milestone here at "the d.r. show," because over the weekend, we achieved our first-ever digital double. more than 200,000 of us joining in a partnership to simply get money out of politics, as a singular principle. as we've been saying, this is the beginning. our hope is that all of us will be able to join the debate on this proposed amendment and double our digital wave again and again, the 200, 400, 800, and so on, until we are massive by the conventions ne
drive to high school. why every parent watching us tonight feels heartbroken over the news that this 17-year-old didn't make it. >> you have beaten cancer and now are called a survivor but what are the struggles you could face down the road? >> is it time for an about face from facebook. is the founder getting your message? no we start with a community in shock. >> difficult day for a 17-year- old's friends at chesapeake high. we were there. >> reporter: by a thes she was a happy and successful high school senior with a bright future. all of that ended as she drove to school on a damp road. flowers have been left in the parking space her car used to occupy in front of the high school. >> she was really nice. . . >> reporter: she was involved in cheer leading track at chesapeake. friends say rumors she had been in a car accident this morning spread quickly throughout the school. rumors that were later confirmed by the principal. >> then he announced her name and i lost it. it was a lot of people cried and got really upset about it. it was terrible. >> never seen so many people cry
and had him paged. that brings us back to the determination that seems to surround the sergeant and his wife. >> she like almost started crying of course it got me because i was like you have my rings. >> i went -- we have some deep core values in ourselves. >> reporter: and she wants to bring her husband back to baltimore. baltimore. he will be transferred next week to a rehab center in denver. >> this seen students, parents and staff at chesapeake high school took time out to remember student who died this week. kayla was killed wednesday, the car she was driving went off the road and into an abandoned house. the school held a moment of silence and the cheerleaders brought flowers to the game. >> she was just a sweet girl, never had any problems with anybody. >> we picked the flowers as sympathies and -- even though we didn't know her we all knew what it feels like to loose someone. >> and the police say speed and wet roads were probably factors. >>> police are still looking for 11-year-old william but tonight we know a little more about his mother's death. she was found dead in
to pay the rest of us $3.50 an hour in the 1960's. host: you can also send us e- mail at journal@c-span.org. this is the scene from times square. that is the nasdaq symbol, not far from broadway and became crown zero and the new york rallies go across the globe. here is a story, that the world wide protest were not court netted but not quite spontaneous. -- coordinated but not quite spontaneous. that essentially summarizes what happened over the weekend inside the "new york times" and robert joins us from of rhode island. caller: where it should be heading is that we have all of these people unemployed due to jobs being sent overseas. they should bring them back for the same about money, and i can almost guarantee you -- i am an accountant -- they could manufacture those jobs here in the united states, give people a living wage, give them pensions and fringe benefits and put people back to work. just like the person they call before, who has the skills in textiles, items like that. put them back to work by starting to open up those close the factories, and using american workers.
by the defense secretary. your thoughts? you can also reach us electronically. if you have called us in bill last 30 days, -- called us in the last three days, pick up a keyboard. you can follow us on twitter @cspanwj or on facebook. this is the way the story is reported yesterday, the lead story in this morning's "washington times." "defense secretary says automatic spending cuts would be words."s' in his the article goes on to say -- that is what we want to talk about for the first half-hour of the program. we want to show you a little bit about what the defense secretary had to say to the house armed services committee, covered by c-span yesterday. this is where the secretary talks to the committee about congressional dysfunction being a national security issue. >> i think that one of the great national security threats is the this functionality of the but congress and its inability to confront the issues we face now. i think your concern is this committee that has been established might fail to provide the leadership that has been given, or the responsibility it has been given to be able to c
and we all may fall victim to some severe weather tomorrow. topper joins us from the weather terrace where you can see the graphics, severe weather alert day, warning. tom? >> by the time you wake up tomorrow morning an entirely different story. let's start with the satellite picture and radar combined. showers and rain entering rolle and roanoke,. temperaturewise mild. 70 inlers burg. 7 -- in leesburg. 66 downtown. for tonight, clouds will be on the increase. breezy and mild. showers and thunderstorms by dawn. some will be heavy. you have until midnight to walk the dog until the rain rolls in. winds increasing out of the east at 10-15. we'll come back and talk about what threats are in store for us on your monday morning, on your way to work and what areas are more likely to see severe weather. >> thank you, topper. >>> montgomery police arrested a gaithersburg man for the murder of 12-year-old jessica nguyen. she was found stabbed to death in the basement of her home in may. today officers announced they arrested her stepfather, david rich hang. he's been charged with first degree
>> kimberly: prayers to the family. a great guy. that is it for us tonight on "the five." thank you for being with us. we'll see you here tomorrow. captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> bret: policy or politics. president obama begins another bus tour in an important electoral region. what the president says about the occupy wall street movement says a lot about his re-election strategy. brit hume on defining terms of the tax debate. live from the studio in washington, this is "special report." good evening, i'm bret baier. president obama on the road again taking his push for his jobs bill/stimulus package to voters in two key swing states this week. the president just finished a speech at a north carolina high school looking for votes in congress now. in the election a year from now. ed henry is traveling with the president. >> it's a bus tour, but president obama used air force one to make his grand entrance in north carolina. the crowd of only a few hundred was not so grand. considering this is a critical battleground. still, the crowd was hively, chanting "yes, we can
are significant but their methods may liver online and me points to anwar al-awlaki. >> he used to send e-mails and/or activities online for leaders. he has hundreds are thousands of readers. that is the next generation. what the united states and the allies should be doing on the one hand they are successful in commanders but find allies. find counter jihadists. they will be winning that online battle. >> molly: the bomb maker designed non-metallic explosives that, pass through screening methods and he was behind two plots. >> heather: very significant they got that guy. molly henneberg, thanks. >> kelly: let's take a look at the recent victories in the fight against terrorists. they killed osama bin laden during a raid in his hideout in pakistan this may. a month later, al-qaeda's most senior operative was killed at a check pointed in somalia. he planned 1998 u.s. question bombings in kenya and in june, a drone attack, the chief of military operations in pakistan and behind some of the deadliest attacks and a drone weig out the top operational planner, a libyan and he, of course, and th
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on the republican jobs plan. >> what is standing between us and full employment is we prevent companies pollute our air and water too much. we on the other hand have said let's put teachers back in the classroom in north carolina and all across the country. [ applause ] those are two choices. >> reporter: after bashing republicans the president insisted he wants to work with them to pass his jobs plan. in washington, one of the most likely republicans to support the president did the opposite, and delivered tongue lashing to treasury secretary tim geithner. >> time to get administration to concentrate on jobs, jobs, jobs. i don't know who you are talking to, i don't know who the president is talking to. talk to the average person unfiltered. we don't dare make a move. after a year, then what? >> reporter: on the road, the president is trying to connect with real people. but republican olympia snowe says the prescription is a one-year band aid. >> rome is burning. we want help. three years of the same unemployment numbers as we do today, mr. secretary. that is the point. this is nothing new. we need
? kabul, a military convoy. who? the taliban. tonight the u.s. respond. >> camera two on don. >> and under fire -- syrian jets pound a major city. tanks open fire pulverizing the building and the explosive video in minutes. plus, a band keeps a promise after this horrible stage collapse, and tonight their tribute performance. and funny man darrell hammond gets serious. >> stabbing, beating, electrocuting. >> and how his past led him to the mental ward all while taping "saturday night live." it is all right here on cnn. >>> thank you for joining us. i'm don lemon in in "cnn newsroom." right now protest occupiers in denver, colorado, face to face with the riot police. police say they use non-lethal agents including mace and pepper balls when the protesters tried to enter the state capitol. this affiliate is from kusa, and more than half a dozen people were arrested and police say that one officer was knocked off of his motorcycle and two officers were kicked in the head by demonstrators, but one of the protesters says it was not like that. >> the only thing that happened is that they asked t
to talk about what racism looks like. the category of you are racist or you are not isn't useful. what's more useful is to get people to think about the ways in which we perpetuate the kind of racial inequalities on purpose or inadvertently that produce the differences we see every day. unless you're going to tell me there's some hard-wired reason why people of color at academic institutions are always the people serbing you food -- serving you food or cleaning the bathroom or not teaching classes, then i think you going to have to be honest with yourself about the ways in which privilege accrues to people. race is more subliminal, race is more subjective, and race is more subtle in the contemporary moment, and i think we need to find a way to really articulate that subtlety because there are very few smoking guns, thank god, anymore. i asked my 105 interviewees what is the most racist thing that ever happened to you. the response was indicative of modern racism. the answer is unknowable. aaron mcgruder said, i imagine it'd be a thing i don't even know ever happened. it would be that o
to expand economic opportunity, to make the u.s. stronger and more secure. her historic campaign for president created 18 million cracks in the glass ceiling, and made it clear to every girl in america that anyone can be president of united states. and, of course, as secretary of state at the moment of great change in the world, secretary clinton reasserted and redefine america's global leadership, and secured it for the 23rd century. she saw sustained american leadership as a key to advancing our values and creating a world where more people can live up to their potential, "we still call the american dream. she has elevated the role of economics in foreign policy and has transformed the way america conduct development, partnering with new institutions and actors in emerging power. she championed civilian national security institutions and worked to make them effective partners with our military. she is our rock star diplomat. secretary clinton, welcome. [applause] >> thank you, john. thank you all. it is wonderful to be here with a lot of familiar faces. it is also good to see s
and well-liked drive was killed when his car flew over another car and into a fence. john hendren joins us live with the latest. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning, yunji and dan. it was supposed to be a showcase event for the struggling indy car series. but with speeds up to 225 miles an hour and a crowded field, aggressive driving was a worry from the start. drivers and indy fans called it the worst crash they had ever seen. >> cars in flames, krwreckage, carnage, terrible. >> they just crumpled and caught on fire. everybody gasped. >> it's the most horrific race i have ever seen in my life. >> reporter: then came the tragic announcement. >> indy car is very sad to announce that dan wheldon has passed away from unsurvivable injuries. >> reporter: he was trying win a share of a $5 million bonus when his car flew over another on lap 11. >> you know, one minute, you're joking around before driver intros. and the next -- dan's gone. [ "amazing grace" playing ] >> reporter: fellow drivers and fans alike mourned the loss of the two-time indianapolis 500 winner. >> i think i'm gettin
protesters do not want us inside their camp. >> mitt romney, you hired illegals. >> which candidates scored some points in the republican debate. >>> and a speed bump for president barack obama's bus tour, the items stolen from his bus. >>> this is ktvu channel 2 news... >>> well,good morning to you welcome to wednesday, it is october 19th, i am dave clark. we begin with breaking news in san francisco, a huge crash involving a burning truck and several cars causing big delays on highway 101, even the bay bridge, sal has details on what is happening right now. >>> this is breaking news in san francisco, as we are getting more daylight, we are seeing 101 is shut down and it is still shut down this crash occurred just before 5:00 a.m. where a truck overturned and collided with several other vehicles and burst into flames. i want to show you a picture from one of our crews on the freeway, this is southbound 101 completely shut down, and that's the command post there, fire crews are attended people who are injured and it looks like one of the persons who are involved. a lot of police officers i
captioning institute, inc., in cooperation with the united states house of representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the u.s. house of representatives.] the speaker pro tempore: on this vote the yeas are 251. the nays are are 172. the resolution is adopted. the speaker pro tempore: on this vote the yeas are 253. the nays are 172. the resolution is adopted. without objection, the motion to reconsider is laid on the table. the unfinished business is the vote on the motion from the gentleman from new mexico, mr. pearce shes to suspend the rules and pass h.r. 2527 on which the yeas and nays are ordered. the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 2527, a bill to require the secretary of the treasury to mint coins in recognition and celebration of the national baseball hall of fame. the speaker pro tempore: the question is will the house suspend the rules and pass the bill. members will record their votes by electronic device. this will be a five-minute vote. [caption
. wyatt andrews tells us how much of a raise they'll be getting. wyatt? >> reporter: scott, this is an average but the social security raise we expect to be announced for next january will be around $38 a month. for the tens of millions of retirees who have had no cost of living raise for the last three years, it's real money and it's about time is when seniors heard the news in miami, this was the response. jose perez says the increase will help him pay his utility bill. >> with the increase in social security i will be able to have heat and cold whenever i need it. >> reporter: social security is expected to announce a cola-- a cost of living adjustment-- of around 3.5%. it's the first increase since 2009. seniors receiving the average benefit of $1,082 a month would receive an extra $37.84. for retirees dependent on social security, $38 a month can be a lifesaver. david asher counsels retirees at the center for jewish family services in los angeles. >> well, it can be a difference between food and rent. or between going to the doctor or cutting back on their prescription
tumors from cell phone use. early this friday morning use. early this friday morning october 21st, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> good friday morning to you. i'm erica hill. >> i'm jeff glor. a lot of people are interested to see this interview on "60 minutes." >> he spoke to him about this biography and revealing moments. we have a little preview for you. >> that's all coming up very soon. >>> right to our top story. the killing of moammar gadhafi. this morning his burial is on hold and still a lot of questions over how the long-time dictator died on thursday. cbs news correspondent ebiz bth palmer is in tripoli with the latest. liz, good morning. >> good morning, jeff. a few more details and some new amateur video available this morning. presumably taken by one of the rebel fighters who was on the scene at his capture. we should warn you, though, it does contain some graphic images. >> the violent death of a violent dictator. gadhafi's final moments face-to-face with his captors pleading for his life. the end came just outside his birthplace of sirte. he was shot by revolutionary
a broadcast saying, don't go to this garage? >> we didn't use this, it was a localized incident. >> reporter: the chief says there are extra patrols. in the garage, we saw the parking personnel walking the floors. this afternoon, an e-mail goes out to those on campus. all, not enough information to calm the fears. >> maybe it's not that secure? >> reporter: the man was 48 and he was assaulted getting out of his mercedes. the keys were in the i think in addition. he was shot in the back and his condition is upgraded from critical to series. reporting downtown, i'm mike schuh, eyewitness news. >>> thank you, mike. the police say there have been two violent incidents on the campus in the past two years. >>> the huge storm that ripped through parts of virginia was a tornado. in the video, you can see the twister and threatening clouds as the storm blew through on thursday. the tornado touched down and caused the damage. no one was seriously injured. >>> a new space telescope is a step closer to heading into orbit. nasa says the jane web space telescope will be ready for launch in 2018. officials
of us after the game had to get outside and walk around and decome press perfect weather for that today we will have a nice day as well. bus stop forecast, partly sunny skies this morning cool temperatures ranging from mid- and upper 50s to low 60s sunrise officially occurs, 18 minutes from now. temperatures across the region, 60s here, 61 degrees washington 60 baltimore, 61 fredericks burg to the west 50, 59 dulles airport, 55 winchester, forecast today, clouds hanging around this morning, give way to mostly sunny skies later, temperatures in the 70s. 70 german town, 74 in fredericks burg, 73 in the nations capitol that is a look at what is happening with the weather now back to you steve and alison. >> we have a traffic alert before we get to julie wright for drivers in maryland. >> an accident forced closure of lanes alan town road in suit land. stacy good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you i can tell you it is quite a mess they are cleaning up out here, take a look behind me you can see a massive pile of lumber, tractor trailer carrying all that lumber heading northbound bran
anything details. we were led less than an hour ago, maybe a half hour ago to this area. they did allow us behind some of their blockades but nirt saying exactly what's going on down there in that wooded area near the curve in the road. we did have a police chopper in the area. they are doing to surveillance or looking from above. it appears chief manger may be on the scene here as well. there's a large group of officers talking, consulting with one another. and we are hoping to get an update here shortly. this is just, i should mention, a few miles from where william lived with his mother. his mom jane was found dead inside their home on september 30th. and william has been missing ever since then and the search has been on. now curtis lopez, jane mckwan's estranged husband was arrested. he was charged with her murder, picked up in north carolina. we are waiting to receive word whether there has been some sort of a break in this case, whether william has been found or whether this is another dead end. we simply don't know. what i can tell you is this is a large-scale search. unlike some o
in using drones. u.s. military drone strike in yemen killing three people in on friday including the al-qaeda leader in yemen, anwar al-awlaki. drone is a deadly and very precise weapon in america's powerful arsenal. we could see a whole lot more of it in the near future. steve is live in washington with more on that. hi, steve. >> reporter: president getting his share and criticism in the wake of that drone attack that claimed the life of an al-qaeda operative, anwar al-awlaki. he is the american born cleric linked to terror attacks in u.s. he was killed friday by a drone attack in yemen. dick cheney said today it was a good strike but also says the obama administration killing an american without due process, something they blasted the bush administration for doing. >> they said we had walked away from ideals, taking policy contrary to ideals and enhanced interrogation techniques. clearly moved in taken robust action. >> i think dick cheney has a thin skin for a guy in the partisan wars that he had and obama administration should be repeating it. >>> harmon supports the drone attack t
. >> another g.o.p. showdown, another g.o.p. shout fest. are the media using these events to help voters decide or showcase a disjointed party? >> it's not temporary to the guy whose store is held up and a gun pointed at his head. >> jon: joe biden goes too tar with a rant. and liberal mouth piece susan sarandon slanders the pope. did the media take issue with either? another week of antics by the occupy wall street protesters. another week of unbridled biased support by the mainstream press. on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor, judy miller. national review editor rich lawrie, jim pinkerton editor american conservative magazine and daily bees columnist kirsten powers. i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. president obama on his three-day campaign for jobs bus tour this week, making stops in north carolina and virginia. trying to build public support for his 447 billion dollar jobs bill. the president criticized for the taxpayer money he's spending on the trips which look and sound an awful lot like campaign stops. >> it is clearly campaigning and i must say, again,
used air force one to make his grand entrance in north carolina. the crowd of only a few hundred was not so grand. considering this is a critical battleground. still, the crowd was hively, chanting "yes, we can. "even has the president concedeed no, he can't get congress to pass his whole jobs bill now. >> maybe they just couldn't understand the whole thing all at once. so we're going to break it up to bite-size pieces. >> the white house insists the taxpayer finance tour is not a series of campaign events. even as the president posed with the cute kid at a not a campaign event in a barbecue joint. at the asheville airport that could get runway repair from the jobs bill, folks chanted "four more years" at not a campaign event. >> i appreciate the four more years but right now i am thinking about the next 13 months. because yes, we got an election coming up, but that election is a long ways away and a lot of folks can't wait. >> lofty goal but in the next breath he previewed the 2012 message blasting the republican jobs bill as sell-out to corporation to make america's air and wat
disappearance is related to his mother's homicide. jummy olabanji joins us in germantown with new details. good morning. >> good morning. police and detectives from montgomery county are still on the scene in this apartment complex behind us searching for clues into this homicide and also the missing persons case. yesterday police found 51-year- old jane mcquain dead inside a bedroom in her apartment. they also noticed that her 11- year-old son william was missing. police got a call from one of jane's friends that they had not seen her in quite sometime. that is when they came in to find her dead and made the discovery about her missing son. >> her 11-year-old son william has not been seen for about two weeks since about september 30. we are hoping to confirm those details today when more people are awake and we are able to contact sources. maybe he has been seen since then, but right now we're working from the september 30 date. >> william described as light skinned black male, by racial 5 feet tall, weighs about 85 pounds. he is believed to be missing along with his mother's car. a black hond
been in the courtroom all day. she joins us live from rockville. >> reporter: the first little boy who testified was so small when he sat in the witness box that a juror had to ask that a pitcher of watter and a stack of paper cups in front of him be removed so that his face could be seen. he was the first of four children to testify today. the trial of 36-year-old susan burke took a compelling turn as some of her former green castle elementary school students testified that she choked, punched, and scratched them. the first child to take the stand was a seven-year-old boy who described what his teacher allegedly did when she got angry. the prosecutor asked, what happened when you weren't listening? the boy replied, she put her hands around our necks. the prosecutor, how did it feel? not good. the boy's mother took the stand as well and described the change in her son. she testified he had nightmares. he was scared to sleep by himself. he would jump when we touched him. he told me he didn't want to go to school. it was also a day the defense tried to poke holes in the testimony of the
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